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    Reboot the Earth

    is planned as a social coding event that brings young computer programmers, scientists and other interested people together under the auspices of the United Nations to improve upon or build a new software program that addresses the current climate crisis.

    Through a series of Tech Challenge in four continents, young people, including students will be presented with the opportunity to use open data and tech concepts to solve a local climate crisis that may be unique to each location and its community needs.

    Sports + Climate Challenge
    Global warming is placing our planet and future generations at risk
    Plastic Waste + Recycle Challenge
    Plastic currently occupies nearly every part of the world's economy.
    Engaging Civil Society Participation in Climate Adaptation Challenge
    Climate change is an imminent and global threat.

    Engaging Civil Society Participation in Climate Adaptation Challenge
    Climate change is an imminent and global threat. Around the world, populations and countries are already experiencing its devastating effects.

    Tackling Climate Change with Community Data Challenge
    The climate is changing throughout the world. As the climate changes so do mankind's living conditions.

    Climate Change and Agriculture Challenge
    Farmers in Egypt face many challenges including managing their agricultural lands under climate change, conditions.

    Plastic Tracking Systems and Digital Plastic Banks Challenge
    Plastic waste is a problem everywhere around the world and Egypt is on the verge of banning single-use plastic bags.

    Conservation of Biodiversity for Climate Change Challenge
    To help addressing the problem, the UN is supporting a “Decade of Ecosystem Restoration 2021-2030”, with the aim to reverse degradation of biodiversity and restore 350 hectares of green land worldwide.

    Sustainable Energy Usage from Farm to Feed and its Impact on Climate Challenge
    Within the agricultural realm, the circular economy approach suggests that the industry can achieve greater sustainability simply by keeping more resources and materials in use for as long as possible.




    Women + Climate Challenge
    Climate action champions in industry, government, NGOs and academia are working to foster women as climate action leaders. There is a growing recognition that by enhancing educational opportunities for young women and girls to gain STEAM skills




    Representatives from the winning teams from all the challenge locations will win a trip to New York City, USA at Reboot the Earth Award Ceremony on September 21, 2019, at the United Nations Climate Action Summit 2019.

    The winning solution has an opportunity to be incubated in one of the global UN Technology Innovation Labs.

    Final solutions will stand a chance to be showcased at Davos in January 2020 during the week of the World Economic Forum.